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Artistic Collaborations

Collaborations Title Image 240x135 Dr. Lawrence W. Moore composes, designs sounds, designs interactive systems, and creates video art under the philosophy that if artists collaborate one another, they can often achieve greater knowledge and greater heights than they could on their own. Dr. Moore collaborates by composing music for artists of other media, creating video art for composers and dancers, and designing sound for composers, filmmakers, and installations artists.


SnapDrie

Credits

  • Music composed by Lawrence W. Moore
  • video produced by Liza Seigido

Description

This piece was a collaboration between Lawrence W. Moore (music) and Liza Seigido (video). Moore composed the music in an effort to work with the small, almost instantaneous element of a snapping sound, generated by using an empty sync table. Moore generated the instrument in Csound and applied many parameters to it, which allowed him to create an adventure from using such a simple sound. Seigido created the video from a short, 7 second clip of video footage of US1 on the way back from the Florida Keys.

Tools Utilized

  • Music composed entirely in >Csound

Achievements

  • Presented in an installation at Vanguard Miami 2012
  • Presented in an installation at Arts & Letters Day 2012, Miami-Dade College Kendall Campus
  • Presented at the 2011 SEAMUS National Conference, January 2011





Water

Credits

  • Music composed and recorded by Momilani Ramstrum
  • Video created by Lawrence W. Moore

Description

Water is a voice processing piece composed and performed by Momilani Ramstrum, who asked Lawrence W. Moore to produce the video for the piece. Moore strove to express water at an elemental level as well as at an abstract level in complementing the sound of the piece. The gestures employed by the voice are highlighted, expressed, and brought into vivid, colorful life by the use of fractal imagery.

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Personalized Variations on Non-Personalized themes

Credits

  • Music composed in parts by Rodrigo Bussad, David Mendoza, and Peter learn
  • Video produced by Lawrence W. Moore

Description

this piece was composed using parameters sketched out by the members of the Frost Electronic Music Ensemble in the spring of 2013. The members, listed above, exchanged these sketches and then went about realizing the sketches in electro-acoustic form. Then ensemble director, Lawrence W. Moore, created this video from the composed parts of the piece.

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